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VATTETOT SUR MER
|Surface||300 M2*||Plot Size||7069 M2|
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This prestigious property, which is typical of the Pays de Caux coast area, features a main 4-bedroom home restored to high standards and a separate lovely 3-bedroom home which can be used as a guest house or for business.
Surrounded by magnificent gardens, this character property enjoys a great location on the edge of a lovely coastal village.
This manor is only 10 minutes' drive from the very touristic and picturesque Etretat and Fecamp, 40 min from Honfleur and Deauville, 45 min from Historic Rouen, 1 hour from Le Havre and Caen, 1h30 from Paris and 2h30 from Calais. Perfect for both main and holiday homes, it also offers great possibilities for a cottage and bed & breakfast activity with an ideal location for holidaymakers. Read more ...
This delightful and charming property which combines history with originality and contemporary, is composed of:
1. A comfortable 4-bedroom Norman manor comprising:
- On the ground floor: an entrance hall opening onto a living room with fireplace, a fully equipped kitchen, a dining room with fireplace, a large bedroom and a hallway giving access to a bathroom, a WC, a laundry room and a cellar.
A wooden staircase leads to the first floor.
- First floor: a large landing leads to a master suite with a fireplace, a bathroom and a mezzanine, 2 bedrooms, one with a mezzanine, and a bathroom with WC. This house has also beautiful exposed beams and stones and a pleasant garden with terrace.
2. A lovely 3-bedroom house built with brick and flint comprising:
- On the ground floor: an entrance hall opens onto a living room with a fireplace, a dining room, an open fitted kitchen and a hallway giving access to a shower room, a nice large sauna and an outdoor terrace with jacuzzi.
- On the first floor: a landing leads to 3 bedrooms, a bathroom and a WC.
The property has an alarm system and a heating system with distant control. It is surrounded by almost 2 acres of parkland.
This manoir has witnessed over the years a number of restorations and extensions undertaken to meet evolving needs and lifestyles, but preserves the features of its original 16th century architecture which gives it character, warmth and cosiness. The connection between the past and the present infuses this beautiful property.
A historian wrote about this property:
"The small manor house in Vattetot-sur-Mer has been tastefully restored, so that it remains quite typical of the manor houses on the coast of the Pays de Caux. On the ground floor, the walls are made of blond flint and a few white stones frame the openings, both around the windows and the low-arched main door. The corbelled floor has kept its small windows and the roof all its height. The Hogues estate, to which it belonged, is mentioned in a charter of Henry II Plantagenet (1133-1189), King of England, but also Duke of Normandy. This text attested to the donation of the estate to the abbey of Fécamp, so it can be assumed that this manor house was built by the monks to facilitate the administration of their property."
DPE : The energy estimation cannot be produced owing to a lack of appropriate data that conforms to the "arrêté du 15 septembre 2006 relatif au DPE".